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More than 100 people packed a pot-smoking Indianapolis church for a music-filled first service without their illegal sacrament, days after authorities threatened arrests if the congregation lit up during the rites.
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Pom-pom pay: California bill gives cheerleaders minimum wage

Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press  |  posted 22 minutes ago
They boost their teams from the sidelines and promote them by appearing in calendars and at fan events, but some sports cheerleaders say they are still not considered team employees and are paid what amounts to less than minimum wage.
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Arkansas soldiers receive Purple Hearts after 2009 attack

Claudia Lauer, Associated Press  |  posted 39 minutes ago
After more than six years of letters, appeals and finally a change in federal law, an Arkansas soldier who was killed and another who was wounded in a 2009 shooting outside of a Little Rock Army-Navy recruiting center were awarded Purple Hearts on Wednesday.
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Federal judge: Alabama counties must allow gay marriage

Jay Reeves, Associated Press  |  posted 40 minutes ago
With a handful of Alabama counties still refusing to grant gay marriages even as they issued licenses for straight weddings, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that all must abide by court decisions allowing same-sex unions.
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Stone Mountain Park official: Rebel flags must fly under law

Jeff Martin, Associated Press  |  posted 51 minutes ago
Confederate flags will continue flying at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta because Georgia law prevents their removal, the head of a state authority that oversees the park said Wednesday.
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Inspiring Kickstarter aims to create elaborate costumes for kids in wheelchairs

Jessica Ivins  |  posted 52 minutes ago
Halloween should be a magical day when every child can become something they've always wanted to be, and an inspiring Kickstarter campaign aims to make sure that concept applies to children in wheelchairs too.
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Confederate emblems 'treason,' says head of rights group

Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:31pm
The national president of a civil-rights group says Confederate symbols represent "treason" and should be removed from public objects, including the Mississippi state flag.
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Feds arrest 25 foreign nationals in Vegas enforcement sweep

The Associated Press  |  posted 11 minutes ago
Federal officials say 25 foreign citizens including convicted child sex offenders and drug traffickers were arrested in the Las Vegas area during a four-day operation last week.
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Construction begins on Oregon State campus in Bend

The Associated Press  |  posted 18 minutes ago
Construction is under way to build an Oregon State University campus in Bend that was delayed for a year by legal challenges.
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Illinois medical marijuana patients now number 2,600

Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press  |  posted 21 minutes ago
With the number of Illinois medical marijuana patients inching slowly upward to 2,600 on Wednesday, the state's licensed growers are fine-tuning their models to get the right number of plants in the ground.
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Man bitten by shark on NC Outer Banks is 7th this summer

The Associated Press  |  posted 28 minutes ago
A shark bit a 68-year-old man several times Wednesday in waist-deep water off North Carolina's Outer Banks, officials said, the seventh attack in the state's coastal waters in less than three weeks.
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Maryland governor says he's 'doing great' on day 5 of chemo

The Associated Press  |  posted 31 minutes ago
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is on his fifth day of chemotherapy, but he says he's "doing great" and getting things done from the hospital.
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Ritz proposes 1-year hold on lower A-F school grades

Tom Davies, Associated Press  |  posted 31 minutes ago
Indiana schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz is asking the state Board of Education to not give lower A-F grades to schools for a year because of an expected drop in student standardized test scores.
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California cities show biggest water savings yet in drought

Fenit Nirappil, Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
California's drought-stricken cities set a record for water conservation, reducing usage 29 percent in May, according to data released by a state agency Wednesday.
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Maine crews use drone to rescue 2 boys from raging river

The Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
Officials in Maine used a drone to help deliver a life jacket to a boy stranded on a rock in the middle of a raging river before bringing him and another boy to safety.
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Obama urges bipartisanship in Medicaid expansion effort

Lucas L. Johnson Ii, Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
President Barack Obama says he'd like to see a bipartisan effort by Tennessee lawmakers in finding a solution to extend health care coverage.
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New warden, security measures after New York prison escape

Michael Virtanen, Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
A new superintendent has been named to run the maximum-security prison in New York where two killers escaped. He'll oversee a range of new security measures that close gaps exploited by the inmates during their breakout.
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Study offers clue to link between swine flu shot, narcolepsy

Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press  |  posted 49 minutes ago
One vaccine used in Europe during the 2009 swine flu pandemic was linked to rare cases of a baffling side effect — the sleep disorder narcolepsy. Now new research offers a clue to what happened.
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Meningitis vaccine needed for some Missouri college students

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:31pm
Students living on Missouri public college campuses now must be vaccinated against bacterial meningitis.
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Woman with no memory searches online for identity, family

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:21pm
Authorities are trying to identify a woman who was found on a Southern California street earlier this year and says she has no memory of who she is.
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Judge: Medicaid must cover some child behavioral treatments

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:21pm
A judge has ordered the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to stop excluding Medicaid coverage for some behavioral treatments for children with developmental disabilities, saying policy conflicts with federal law.
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Tree falls on woman walking to car after storms, killing her

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:13pm
A tree split in half after a night of heavy rain and fell on a woman walking to her car Wednesday, killing her, authorities said.
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Photos, social media now allowed on White House tours

Darlene Superville, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:13pm
Want to take a picture inside the White House Blue Room? Well, it's now OK to pull out your cellphone or camera and press "shoot."
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Lawsuit: LAUSD misappropriated funds for high-need students

Christine Armario, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:11pm
Civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Unified School District Wednesday alleging that millions of dollars intended to help low income, foster care and English-learner students were diverted to special education services.
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